3 Reasons To Take a Good Probiotic

Hey Dr. Bryan Scott and I would like to say 5 reason you should take your probiotics

3. Probiotics are a powerful immune booster. In this time of COVID – 19 pandemic we should do all we can to protect ourselves from colds, the flu, and other viruses. While probiotics have not been shown to protect against the coronavirus it has been shown to protect against colds and the flu which will go along way in keeping you healthy and away from other sick people during this time.

2. Probiotics are a great way to BALANCE the immune system. 70% of our immune system is found in our intestines so when there are imbalances there, you can see issues everywhere. Studies are showing that symptoms from auto immune diseases such as Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Crohn’s disease can really be improved with probiotics.

1. Probiotics help balance the digestive tract. Imbalances between good and bad bacteria can lead to constipation, gas, bloating and more. Constipation should not be constant. Probiotics can go along way to restoring regular bowel movements.
Remember not all probiotics are created the same. Probiotics are measured on two major components

  • The number of different bacteria per serving
  • The number of live bacteria per ser per serving

Typically those products that have more different types of bacteria and higher amounts of live cultures will produce a better response

One Wellness Place Probiotics are guaranteed to have the following

  • 5 different strains of good bacteria (probiotics)
  • 15 BILLION live bacteria per serving
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    • 5 different strains of live bacteria in each capsule
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